Dodge is known for making some of the most powerful and iconic muscle cars. It will launch the world’s first electric muscle car in 2024. This is a clear shift in the global automotive industry to electrification. This development was confirmed in an event organized by the parent company Dodge Stellantis.
The teaser picture shows that this is a coupe-style four-door sedan with solid finishes, large alloy wheels, and large front and rear LED lighting elements that may mark the front and rear of the mailbox with today’s current gasoline challenger.
This car appears to have a four-wheel burnt-out interior, with the Fratzog logo, and then the futuristic three-prong Dodge logo used in the 1960s. Although it may be a sign, its exact purpose is unclear. It can revive the all-electric sub-brand in the United States. Automobile manufacturers.
The Dodge EV, formerly known as eMuscle, provides a range of 500 miles (more than 800 kilometers) and is said to be as symbolic as any muscle car ever built. The muscle car is built on the large STLA platform.
Muscle cars and electric cars may sound contradictory in terms, but in fact, the Dodge EV is entering the world of battery-powered cars, although it is not clear which model Dodge will be equipped with a battery.
“Our engineers are reaching the practical limit of what we can achieve through innovation in the field of internal combustion engines. They know [and] electric motors can provide us with more. When we know a technology that can create advantages for our customers, we have an obligation to Accept it,” said Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis.
Although electric vehicles (including ordinary passenger cars) have undergone a dramatic transformation in recent years, even sports car manufacturers such as Ferrari and Lamborghini have joined them, competing with each other to develop their first electric vehicles.
It is scheduled to be launched in 2025, but Lamborghini has also recently announced its ambitions for electric vehicles.
American sports car expert V8 Dodge has confirmed that it plans to bring “the world’s first electric muscle car” to the market in 2024, and it is possible to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.0 seconds.